IPL 2020 auction: cricketers market ready, 8 franchises ready for purchase

IPL 2020 auction: cricketers market ready, 8 franchises ready for purchase

IPL 2020 auction : The eyes of the country and the world are once again on the mecca of Indian cricket. Kolkata, which hosted the historic day-night test a month ago, is now ready to IPL 2020 auction the cricketers for the 13th season of IPL. There will be bids for a total of 332 players, including 186 Indian and 143 foreign players. There are also three cricketers from Associate countries. Altogether 66 batsmen, 103 bowlers, 129 all-rounders and 34 wicketkeepers. Some of these will be sold like hot cakes, some will be disposed of somehow and some will go unsold. Before the IPL of 2020, eight franchises want to fully strengthen and balance their team, so for this last big opportunity, everyone has prepared a strategy according to their needs and budget.

IPL 2020 auction
IPL 2020 auction: cricketers market ready, 8 franchises ready for purchase

Hot cake turned hatmaier

Caribbean batsman Shimron Hetmyer has suddenly become a hot cake. Everyone will be eager to buy them. Hetmyer has been outstanding in the current India tour. He scored the highest 120 runs for his team in the three-match T20 series. At the same time, in the first ODI against India in Chennai, played a match-winning innings of 139 runs. It would not be surprising if Hetmaier, with a base price of Rs 50 lakh, was sold many times more than this, while there is also a strong possibility that the Royal Challengers Bangalore, who freed him, will again get him through the ‘Right-to-Match’ card. Retain it.

Everyone’s eye on Lynn too

Australian batsman Chris Lynn is also eyeing all the franchises. Lynn had batted brilliantly in the T-10 league in Abu Dhabi recently, on which Yuvraj Singh said that Kolkata Knight Riders had made a huge mistake, except him. Among the batsmen, Lin has the highest base price (Rs 2 crore).

Many players will decide the future

The current IPL 2020 auction will also determine the future of many players from India and abroad. If he is not sold in this auction, he will be impossible to sell. Among them are Robin Uthappa, Yusuf Pathan, Manoj Tiwari, Piyush Chawla and Dale Steyn. On some, the age may be heavy, while on some their heavy base price.

At a base price of Rs 1 crore, Yusuf may find it difficult to find a buyer, while Angelo Mathews, the former Sri Lankan captain with a base price of two crore, will show little interest in buying. Piyush does not have the form if his age is overshadowing Uthappa. Dale Steyn, once the fastest bowler in South Africa, is also down the ladder of age. The last time he did not sell at auction.

14-year-old Noor can surprise

14-year-old Noor Ahmed of Afghanistan may surprise everyone at auction. The Chinaman bowler, with a base price of 30 lakhs, will surely bet on each team. Among the Indian cricketers, Priyam Garg, Yashasvi Jaiswal, R Sai Kishore and Ishan Porel can prove to be a ‘hidden rustom’ in the auction.

The tag of the test expert is overshadowed

Cheteshwar Pujara, who has set his foot firmly in the Indian Test team, may find it difficult to find a buyer this time as well. The reason is the tag of a test expert. Something similar happened for Rahul Dravid, VVS Laxman and Wasim Jaffer. His IPL career could not last long due to the tag of a test expert. Pujara did not sell in the auction last year.

If someone’s pocket is full then someone’s empty

If a franchisee’s pocket is full for auction, then someone is empty. Mumbai Indians have only Rs 13.05 crore left to buy new players, so they will have to be careful. Similar is the case with Chennai Superkings (14.60 crore). Kings XI Punjab (42.70 crores) has a lot of money in its pocket, so she can charge a higher price, although her needs are also high. He also has to find an alternative to former captain Ravichandran Ashwin. Kolkata Knight Riders (35.65 crores) is second in this case. Virat Kohli’s Royal Challengers Bangalore can spend 27.90 crores.

Today the market of cricketers, franchisees ready to buy 

— 02 crore base price includes seven players, out of which the maximum five are from Australia.

– A total of 10 players are included in the base price of 1.5 million, out of which four are from England, three from Australia, two from South Africa and one from India.

–01 crore base price includes a total of 23 players, of which three are Indian and 20 foreign players.

The base price of 75 lakhs includes a total of 16 players and all of them are foreigners.

The base price of 50 lakhs includes a total of 78 players, including nine Indians and 69 foreigners.

–198 domestic players are also included in the auction, which are divided into three base price categories of 40 lakhs, 30 lakhs and 20 lakhs.

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